WNBA 

South Carolina makes its presence known in first 10 picks

Basking in the afterglow of winning their schools first National Championship, South Carolina kept it’s winning ways in the first round of last night’s WNBA draft.  Gamecock nation had to enjoy seeing Alaina Coates, Allisha Gray, and Kaela Davis get selected in the Top 10 selections. It’s always great for a school to have three selections in the draft, let... Read More
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Washington begins home stand with a sense of urgency

The Washington Mystics begin a three game home stand tonight against the Chicago Sky. Elena Delle Donne is coming in scorching after winning player of the week honors. The Olympian is averaging 27.3 points and 7.3 rebounds a game during a 4-0 stretch, Washington has yet to beat the Sky in three attempts. The Mystics hope to change that tonight.... Read More
Mystics 

In a must win situation, Mystics top Wings

The Washington Mystics found themselves trailing heading into the fourth quarter in Dallas. Just a game prior, they were in a similar situation where the next 10 minutes would dictate whether they’d win or lose. This time, the Mystics completed the rally and held on for a hard earned win over the Dallas Wings, 88-83. As expected, Washington had trouble... Read More
WNBA 

Wrapping up the 2016 WNBA Draft

The 2016 WNBA Draft was historic and that’s before any of the players hit the floor for their respective teams. It’s the 20th year of the league and it was the first time in history that the first three picks in the draft came out of the same school. After making history on the collegiate level, becoming the first school... Read More
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Shock squeeze past Mystics

Despite strong efforts from three of the Mystics young frontcourt players, Washington (3-2) fell to Tulsa (5-1), 86-82 on Friday night. Stefanie Dolson, Emma Meesseman and Ally Malott combined to score 48 points. Behind Dolson’s seven points, the Mystics raced out to an early 17-9 advantage. The only thing that could stop Dolson in the first half was foul trouble,... Read More
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Mystics host the high powered Shock on front end of back-to-back

The Washington Mystics have yet to be fully healthy this season, that hasn’t kept them from the top of the standings though. Sitting at second place in the East, they’ll be facing the second placed team in the West tonight as the Tulsa Shock come to town. It’s another back-to-back situation for Washington, after tonight’s game they’ll head to Indy... Read More

General Thoughts

Another great week of sports has gone by and with it, there are more sports happenings to talk about. The National Championship game is set as Louisville defeated Wichita State and Michigan defeated Syracuse to make it to the big game Monday night. Louisville and Michigan are both teams that are led by their guards. Peyton Siva and Russ Smith... Read More
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